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  • Amelia
    July 02, 2010 - 13:34

    Is this what Public Tendering bring us.

  • Baygurls
    July 02, 2010 - 13:32

    Must have been headed up by that Baygurl. He/she is all about not bailing out anyone or anything at any costs. Must have tried to save money on this one too so that he/she will continue to get her/his welfare cheques.

    That is how we spell cheque here in Canada Baygurl, not check as you thought it was whit your come backs of days gone bye.

  • Should be elsewhere
    July 02, 2010 - 13:23

    Finally!!!
    Justice to those who dont do it right!!!
    Now what is our Government doing for the people who live in this area that are breathing this stuff in?

  • Joe
    July 02, 2010 - 13:21

    Wonder how far the plume of asbestos contaminated dust, that was stirred up by the deconstruction, travelled away from the site? Wonder how many workers on the site were exposed to asbestos dust/materials without knowing? They'll know it in 10 - 20 yrs.

  • Driver
    July 02, 2010 - 13:14

    Awfully funny ,it took about 5 years to demolish the old Grace Hospital and about $5million and only about 1 week and $1million for the Janeway. Obviously,asbestos abatement protocol was not followed.

    The government and the asbestos industry have a long history of coevering up the dangers of this highly toxic substance.

    A link between asbestos and certain cancers,especially mesothelioma,was discovered in the 1930s,yet this stuff is still used to this day. Anyone who is interested in finding out more about asbestos should look for the book Defending the Indefensible .It chronicles the entire history of asbestos from discovery to the present.

  • Ambidexter
    July 02, 2010 - 13:12

    It my experience in my place of work that left do no know what right hand doing at all time. Had a big problem with heat in summer-time and had to fight for air conditening for years and years. Got it and it was hooked up wrong. Cerculates stale inside air. Can smell the tonor from the upstairs phtocopier through vents. Also smell bethroom smells through vent. But ohs says problem fixed.

  • What You Don't Know Will
    July 02, 2010 - 13:11

    It's all about what you can get away with. Especially when you can save big bucks by including the cost in your tender but not actually removing it.

    Look up the sweetener substitute, aspartame's history as well as mercury amalgams for dental fillings. Big cover-ups all in the name of lobbying and big money.

  • Amelia
    July 01, 2010 - 20:23

    Is this what Public Tendering bring us.

  • Baygurls
    July 01, 2010 - 20:20

    Must have been headed up by that Baygurl. He/she is all about not bailing out anyone or anything at any costs. Must have tried to save money on this one too so that he/she will continue to get her/his welfare cheques.

    That is how we spell cheque here in Canada Baygurl, not check as you thought it was whit your come backs of days gone bye.

  • Should be elsewhere
    July 01, 2010 - 20:07

    Finally!!!
    Justice to those who dont do it right!!!
    Now what is our Government doing for the people who live in this area that are breathing this stuff in?

  • Joe
    July 01, 2010 - 20:04

    Wonder how far the plume of asbestos contaminated dust, that was stirred up by the deconstruction, travelled away from the site? Wonder how many workers on the site were exposed to asbestos dust/materials without knowing? They'll know it in 10 - 20 yrs.

  • Driver
    July 01, 2010 - 19:52

    Awfully funny ,it took about 5 years to demolish the old Grace Hospital and about $5million and only about 1 week and $1million for the Janeway. Obviously,asbestos abatement protocol was not followed.

    The government and the asbestos industry have a long history of coevering up the dangers of this highly toxic substance.

    A link between asbestos and certain cancers,especially mesothelioma,was discovered in the 1930s,yet this stuff is still used to this day. Anyone who is interested in finding out more about asbestos should look for the book Defending the Indefensible .It chronicles the entire history of asbestos from discovery to the present.

  • Ambidexter
    July 01, 2010 - 19:49

    It my experience in my place of work that left do no know what right hand doing at all time. Had a big problem with heat in summer-time and had to fight for air conditening for years and years. Got it and it was hooked up wrong. Cerculates stale inside air. Can smell the tonor from the upstairs phtocopier through vents. Also smell bethroom smells through vent. But ohs says problem fixed.

  • What You Don't Know Will
    July 01, 2010 - 19:48

    It's all about what you can get away with. Especially when you can save big bucks by including the cost in your tender but not actually removing it.

    Look up the sweetener substitute, aspartame's history as well as mercury amalgams for dental fillings. Big cover-ups all in the name of lobbying and big money.